On August 29, 2019 at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Curator’s Lab opens conversations on the role curators play in contemporary art. The forum aims to understand the curator’s thought processes and creativity, and how these are transformed and translated into exhibitions and ongoing discourses.
“When I read the book, I felt the lightness and weight of becoming a person. The exhibit is an intricate dance between failing and becoming,” Salamin co-curator Roy Voragen said.
The exhibit is composed of a series of pyrography works—wood-burnt pieces—on pine parquet tinted with ink, dye, and stain. Circular shapes are dominant in this collection, intentionally representing an encasing of sorts—perhaps the entrapment within that perennial bubble.
An award-winning poet and professor at De La Salle University, Mesándel Virtusio Arguelles is launching his book about his research and ruminations on prostitution—Mujeres Publicas, independently published by Balangay Productions at Kwago’s book bar in Warehouse Eight on June 28, 7-8pm.
The third and final season of “Jessica Jones” has finally received a confirmed release date from Netflix. The streaming platform announced that the series will be coming back on Friday, June 14, globally.
The 151-page coffee table book on the late Kapampangan artist Perfecto Sablan Mercado, edited by Armando B. Burgos, former professor at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts (UPCFA), will be launched on August 25 at the Gateway Gallery, the art museum of Araneta Center.
As the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) concludes the commemoration of its 50th anniversary, the Philippines marks the historic occasion by hosting a contemporary art exhibition featuring ten artists who will represent each ASEAN member state.
Supported by homegrown logistics company Xend, Warehouse Eight together with Kwago is bringing Komura; book fair back with new pockets of experiences and initiatives to enjoy and help imagine what storytelling could become.
Yuchengco Museum will celebrate International Museum Day on Friday, May 18, by offering free admission to all its exhibitions and galleries.
For her biggest solo exhibition Rogue Wave at Finale Art File on May 4, 2018, Nikki Ocean conspired with Nights of Rizal by Migi de Belen, and art and sci-tech journalist Czyka Tumaliuan to capture a visceral experience of her personal meditations on being and time.